Complete Home Renovation

In the powder bath, existing cabinets were treated with red paint and a chocolate stain to create a distressed look.  The formica countertop was replaced with attractive 2x2 tiles. An oil-rubbed bronze faucet was added to adorn the sink.  Ceramic tile with the appearance of hardwood flooring replaced the existing white tile.


The kitchen cabinets and furr downs were removed and replaced with custom ceiling-height knotty alder cabinets with pullout shelves inside the lower doors, custom silverware and utensil drawers, and extra deep drawers beneath the cooktop for pots and pans. 

The built-in desk was replaced with a tall wine bar to serve as an entertaining area and provide storage. The additions of a pot filler, gas cooktop, double oven, and built-in microwave turned this kitchen into a cook's delight!

The pantry was difficult to access due to the overlapping sliding doors. These were replaced with sparkling french bifold doors. Two lower shelves were notched to make space for a new cabinet, offering increased storage and a place for the owner's favorite coffee pot and other small appliances. Electrical outlets were added above the cabinet.

The existing shelf unit in the breakfast area was transformed to a beautiful display unit with glass doors and distressed paint to add an artistic touch. 

The living and dining areas underwent a dramatic change when the 8' ceiling was removed and the space above was used to create a soaring cathedral ceiling with beautiful knotty alder beams.  The built-in shelves at the end of the living room were outdated and encroached on the closet space on the other side of the wall.  Reconfiguring the area offered more wall space for artwork, provided a television niche, and reclaimed space in the bedroom closets.  

The brick fireplace surround and hearth were removed to make way for the knotty alder surround, which is a piece of art in its own right.  The alder panels stretch the width of two ceiling beams and are anchored with a beautiful mantle.  Travertine tiles outline the fireplace opening and lie in place of the former hearth, offering two additional feet of floor space in the living area.

New wood floors, crown moulding, an enlarged doorway with french doors, and glistening windows make this hallway a peaceful path between bedrooms.

The furr down and vanity in the master bathroom were replaced by a 36" tall vanity and a ceiling height storage cabinet between the his and hers sinks.  The bottom section includes disappearing sliding doors and electrical outlets for styling appliances.

The small shower and attached linen cabinet were removed to make way for the luxurious double shower with twin shower heads, tall toiletry niches with glass shelves and LED lights, pebble flooring and glistening double glass doors.
The aged bathtub and its surrounding mirrors were removed.  A large jetted tub with its granite and tile surround and oil-rubbed bronze fixtures now invite the weary to rest and relax.
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